Home » WWE News » WWE Wanted NBA Star for WrestleMania, Roy Nelson-Wrestling Update, Tiffany Heat

– Tiffany’s recent comments that were speculated to be about Michelle McCool raised a lot of eyebrows within WWE.

– MMA fighter Roy Nelson appeared on Inside MMA recently and claimed that he was in talks with both WWE and TNA.

– One of the major sports names that WWE wanted for WrestleMania was Miami Heat player LeBron James. There is pretty much no chance at all of him appearing as the Heat have a game the same day as WrestleMania.

This is the reason that The Miz has cut several promos on TV and in the media about James lately.

It’s said that WWE had other sports stars in mind but word is that it doesn’t look like any of them will work out.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • erik

    I mean my friends went down to houston texas in 2009 to see wrestlemania 25. The only match that was good was hbk vs undertaker. Wrestlemania is 70 bucks not worth the money in my view.

  • venom

    The NBA star was probably going to face the Big Show and win. Because Big Show loses to celebrities.

  • Buttercastle

    Guys don’t forget Justin Bieber will be there, so have faith because obviously Vince knows what wrestling fans want.

  • Seth

    Set your DVRs. The Raw before Wrestlemania, tune in for LeBron James: The Decision Part II

  • rick

    It’s only 3 months until Wrestlemania and the wwe still doesn’t know what they’re doing. Vince still wants Brock, now they want Lebron, and they seemingly have no main events set in stone. All this should have been figured out by now.

    It’s hard to believe there was a time when they used to plan thier WM main event 6-12 months in advance.

  • erik

    I am pretty sure if lebron james goes to wrestlemania. dwayne wade and chris bosh can win with out lebron.

  • SaveUs.150FPS

    Lebron James, “What Should I do?”

  • Zach

    LeBron can do whatever he wants. The league would bend over backwards any time LeBron wanted.

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